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Teaser provides a fresh glimpse of Ola’s upcoming EV; MoveOS 3 coming this year

Highlights

  • Ola CEO claims its upcoming automobile will be the sportiest car built in India
  • The teaser also tells us that the EV will be a sedan
  • Ola will begin rolling out MoveOS 3 to its electric scooters this Diwali

Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has provided yet another teaser of the company’s upcoming electric vehicle (EV), which has briefly appeared in the past. An outline of the EV can be seen in a three-second video posted on Twitter by Aggarwal. This also confirms that it will be a sedan. However, no additional information is available at the moment. Previous reporting on the upcoming Ola EV tells us that it could be only one of the multiple models to launch in the country.

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Ola is also in the news for developing the country’s first indigenous lithium-ion cell for use in future EVs. Mass production of this new cell will begin in Chennai next year. This aligns well with the company’s EV ambitions, but only time will tell if the company’s EV venture will be as successful as its electric scooter business.

MoveOS 3 for Ola electric scooters will arrive this Diwali

In another tweet, Aggarwal shared an update on the company’s S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters. With the recent MoveOS 2 update bringing significant improvements, such as increased range, the Ola CEO says more is on the way with the MoveOS 3 update. This update will reportedly arrive during Diwali this year. Features like hypercharging, proximity unlock, key sharing, moods, Regen version 2.0, hill hold, and many more will be available with the update, according to Aggarwal.

With Ola’s electric scooters topping the segment in India, the company would hope that the inclusion of newer features in the form of updates will encourage more users to embrace the S1 and S1 Pro. Although demand seems to be plateauing at the moment, Ola is certainly off to a good start in the automotive industry.

Via: TOI

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